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Marilyn and Sinatra – Jermyn Street Theatre, London

Writer: Sandro Monetti Director: Sandro Monetti Reviewer: Scott Matthewman In terms of post-war Hollywood, there are hardly two figures more iconic than Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra. Their entangled personal lives, as they danced around each other even as they were married to other people, has the scope for a fascinating look at such larger-than-life figures, especially given Monroe’s tragic ...

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See What I Wanna See – Jermyn Street Theatre, London

  Words and Music: Michael John LaChiusa Director: Adam Lenson Musical Director: Richard Bates Reviewer: Scott Stait     In a time of hunger for something fresh and innovatively raw, where audiences and producers and forever searching for that show that really touches them and makes them stir, it is a surprise that it has taken 10 years for Michael ...

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St. John’s Night – Jermyn Street Theatre, London

Writer: Henrik Ibsen, translated by James McFarlane Director: Anthony Biggs Reviewer: Mary Halton [rating:3] Jermyn Street Theatre always has a wonderful atmosphere about it – almost as though a professional production is being staged in your own living room, surrounded by family and friends. Unfortunately, their UK premiere of one of Ibsen’s early works and first foray into comedy does ...

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